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Judiciary in a hurry to move against Salvini

It appears that the Italian judiciary is in a hurry to move against former Interior Minister Matteo Salvini. The offices of the investigating magistrate of Catania have already received the official request of the prosecutor to set a preliminary hearing in the context of the proceeding against the Salvini "kidnapping" case.

The grip of Soros on the ECHR revealed by French weekly

ParisIn its latest issue, a French weekly revealed the extent of the influence of Georges Soros, the Hungarian billionaire at the head of the NGO network Open Society Foundations, on the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

European Commissioner of the Interior defends asylum after ECHR ruling

BrusselsThe European Commissioner of the Interior defended the right of migrants to ask for asylum, and even though this right “cannot be offered at each meter of the border” it should be, she argued.

Orban: ‘It’s forbidden to say so in Europe, but migration is an organised invasion’

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Thursday warned of a rise in the number of organised groups of migrants attempting to enter the country as summer approaches as migration pressure increases on the country's southern border.

More than 120 daily stabbing attacks in France

ParisIn total, between 2015 and 2017, some 44 000 people were victims of a stabbing attack in France.

Anti-Turkish ‘Stop Terror’ rally held in Benghazi

BenghaziLibyan people are protesting against the neo-Ottoman ambitions of Turkish president Erdogan.

Al-Qaeda on the threshold of Europe

KhartoumA Free West Media exclusive: How Sudan and Turkey transferred terrorists to Libya.

Antwerp: Two African lightly sentenced after armed crime spree

Antwerp Two "African youngsters" found guilty in a series of violent armed robberies, were given only light fines - not prison sentences - by a Belgian court, according to local media.

The emergence of Europe’s ‘big four’

BrusselsIt's Europe's "big four" - new axis between four major countries of the European Union,  trying to take the place of the Franco-German axis, which has been in crisis due to the continuous divergences between Paris and Berlin.

Salvini faces up to 15 years in prison for stopping illegal immigration

RomeDuring his year at the head of the Italian Ministry of the Interior, Matteo Salvini never stopped fighting illegal immigration. The boss of the League in Italy is accused of kidnapping because he blocked a boat of illegal migrants off the coast of Sicily when he was Minister of the Interior.

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